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Peanut Butter, Jelly, Banana, Honey, Bacon, and Marshmallow Fluff Panini Sandwich

Peanut Butter, Jelly, Banana, Honey, Fluff, and Bacon Panini Sandwich

At the 2013 Alameda County Fair, not only did I see a lot of deep fried food on a stick but I also spotted an unusual toasted panini sandwich made with peanut butter, jelly, banana, honey, bacon, and (my weakness) Marshmallow Fluff. It’s a new creation by the Cardinali family who last year debuted Deep-Fried Watermelon on a Stick and Deep-Fried Pineapple Upside Down Cake. They use real Fluff in the sandwich so naturally I had to try it. I had expected to not like it but it was actually pretty good. My only wish is that they would spread on more Fluff, as it only had a very small dollop.

Peanut Butter, Jelly, Banana, Honey, Fluff, and Bacon Panini Sandwich

photos by Rusty Blazenhoff

How to Make Fluffernutter Ice Cream

Ice Cream

Chelsea of Hipsteaders was inspired by a recipe from Bruce Weinstein’s The Ultimate Ice Cream Book to create Fluffernutter ice cream, a sweet mix of Marshmallow Fluff, peanut butter, heavy cream, and other delicious ingredients. Recipe and tutorial at her site.

Right now, my husband’s favorite ice cream is Ben & Jerry’s What a Cluster. It’s peanut butter ice cream with swirls of marshmallow fluff and peanut butter, and little crunchy caramel bits. So I made him this, and it has replaced my mint ice cream as his favorite recipe.

Ice Cream

Marshmallow Peeps Fluffernutter Sandwich


In 2010, Jessie Oleson of Cakespy made her own marshmallow Peeps-filled version of the traditional peanut butter and marshmallow Fluff sandwich, the Fluffernutter. In her version, she uses pound cake for the bread and Peeps for the marshmallow center to make a “delectably decadent dessert sandwich.” Recipe at Serious Eats.


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An Artisanal Fluffernutter


Bon Appetit recently featured a variety of lowbrow sandwiches that have gone upscale, including a gourmet Fluffernutter by chef de cuisine Gary Fizner of Star Provisions in Atlanta, Georgia. For his version, he skips the classic jar of Marshmallow Fluff and makes his “fluff” from scratch. The sandwich’s soft white bread is baked on-site and even the peanut butter is artisanal, coming from North Carolina nut butter company, Big Spoon Roasters.

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Tiny Peanut Butter & Jelly Cookie Sandwiches

PBJ Cookies Sandwiches

Third year dental student Erica of Erica’s Sweet Tooth has concocted a recipe for Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookie Sandwiches, tiny jam-filled cookies that require molding a small loaf of ‘bread’ out of peanut butter cookie dough. The recipe includes a tip for adding vodka to the food coloring, which will evaporate, so the baked cookies won’t get soggy from painting them with water. I’m going to have to make a Fluffernutter version of these!

PBJ Cookie Sandwiches

Loaf of bread

photos by Erica’s Sweet Tooth

Peanut Butter & Jelly Banana Dog

PBJ Banana Dog

Ariel Meadow Stallings of Offbeat Home posted a simple & fun recipe for a Peanut Butter & Jelly Banana Dog, a PB&J sandwich that uses a hot dog bun instead of traditional bread slices and puts a banana in the bun, instead of a hot dog. (I have to ask: could this be done as a Fluffernutter Banana Dog too?)

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Massachusetts Fluffernutter T-Shirt by The Social Dept.

Massachusetts Fluffernutter

The Massachusetts Fluffernutter t-shirt by The Social Dept. reads “I got my peanut butter and Fluff spread on white bread in Massachusetts”. While that sounds kind of dirty, I’m sure they had only wholesome intentions in mind when designing it. This hand-printed shirt is part of their Foodies series which focuses on regional foods from the United States.

Fluffernutter Doughnuts by Toronto’s Dough by Rachelle

Fluffernutter Donuts

Dough by Rachelle made a fresh batch of Fluffernutter doughnuts to sell at the June 2012 Toronto Underground Market, a monthly food market to “promote home cooks and budding food entrepreneurs” in Toronto, Canada. The doughnuts had a peanut butter filling and a toasted marshmallow top and, yes, they sold out.

Sold Out Sign

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